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April-June  2016 |
 Vol 58 | Issue 2

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Classification of psychotropic drugs: Problems, solutions, and more problems
The current classification of drugs was introduced by the World Health Organization in 1976.[1],[2] This classification is known as the ATC system, where A refers to the anatomical site of action (e.g...
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Guest Editorial
Mental health legislation: A journey back to “madhouses era?”
The authors of the Mental Health Bill-2013[1] seem to think that the new Law would be a “Magna Carta” to liberate all the mentally ill, all over the country! Their logic appears to be ...
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Review Article
The rights of persons with Disability Bill, 2014: How “enabling” is it for persons with mental illness?
India ratified the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Person with Disabilities (UNCRPD) in 2007. This is a welcome step towards realizing the rights of the persons with disability. The UNCRPD ...
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Guest Editorial
Undergraduate psychiatry training in India; past, present, and future looking for solutions within constraints!!
Psychiatric disorders are considered one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide.[1] They are closely associated with other medical conditions such as diabetes and hypertension, adv...
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Bhagawat Award Paper
A study on phenomenology of Dhat syndrome in men in a general medical setting
Background: “Dhat syndrome” is believed to be a culture-bound syndrome of the Indian subcontinent. Although many studies have been performed, many have methodological limitations an...
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